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Online Fire Drill and Lockdown Procedures

The more I embrace 21st-century skills as a learner, the more I recognize how much I inadvertently underserve my digital natives. And that became plain to me in the latest  767 more words

Teaching And Learning

Some Positive Reflections on Flickr...

Although I only have a handful of followers on my Flickr, I am enjoying it as a website. It is a place that:

a) I can upload my photos so they can be accessed online anytime, anyplace (for use in WordPress for example – since I am already at 10% capacity for uploaded media!) and they are 100% protected (not “owned” like if I had uploaded them on Instagram) 262 more words


A Closer Look @ Digital Citizenship

With a rapid increase in technology, there are more opportunities at one’s fingertips. There is no “go look it up” in the dictionary, instead it’s “Google it”. 401 more words

Week 3 Journal Reflection

This week was eye-opening and helped me realize how little I actually knew about copyrighting qualifications and laws. As an English teacher, I am already aware of the lack of understanding when it comes to plagiarism. 596 more words

Digital Citizenship

Copyright, Gaming, and "You"Tube

Let’s talk about ethics.

Take a look at the perspective one YouTuber shares about his own experience with copyright and ethics:

You know, ethics – not the law of what we can and can’t do, but what we should and shouldn’t do.  747 more words

Digital Citizenship

Copyright for Dummies... and Dylan Dylan Confusion

I found this week’s topic of why the U.S. Copyright Office should be separated from the Library of Congress to be rather interesting.  I wasn’t familiar with U.S. 828 more words

Digital Citizenship

Safer Internet Day 2017

Each year I always look forward to the release of Safer Internet Day resources from the UK Safer Internet Center. For this annual event they provide activities to engage the students and promote discussions about online safety. 38 more words

Digital Leaders